How to make a Ikebana Cross Bar Fixture – Japanese floral design techniques




Learn the basics of ikebana.
A cross bar fixture is a simple method intended to direct and support plant materials. In this week’s video, you learn how to make a cross bar fixture (Jumonji-dome) in your ikebana container by using just two thick stems or thin branches. The material used for your cross bars should be as straight as possible and in proportion to the size of the container and the material used in your arrangement. Normally I use Cornus for this kind of stems, it is a straight and flexible material.

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** How to make peace | Ikebana arrangement **

** Classic ikebana arrangement with crataegus Paul’s Scarlet **

** Say it with leaves | Ikebana arrangement **

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